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Sally Singer

  1. fashion
    Sally Singer Leaves VogueThe magazine’s digital guru is departing after a career that spanned 20 years.
  2. fashion painters
    Hanuk’s Bold, Abstract PaintingsA favorite photographer turns to painting. 
  3. ins and outs
    Sally Singer Named Vogue’s Digital Creative Director [Updated]She got a new job, at her old job.
  4. ins and outs
    What Will T Look Like Under Deborah Needleman?She supposedly planned this out well before Sally Singer even stepped down.
  5. ins and outs
    Confirmed: Deborah Needleman Moves to TShe’s officially leaving WSJ.
  6. non-denial denials
    T Magazine Rumors Hound Deborah NeedlemanThe WSJ editor offers a Zen koanlike denial. 
  7. ins and outs
    Deborah Needleman Reportedly Offered T Position Twice NowBut she has not accepted.
  8. party chat
    Stefano Tonchi: Editors Need ‘Bloodlust’W editor on “the cruelty, the violence” of magazine work.
  9. ins and outs
    So, Who Will Replace Sally Singer at T Magazine?Deborah Needleman, Michael Hainey, and Horacio Silva are all on the list.
  10. ins and outs
    Confirmed: Sally Singer Leaves T MagazineNo successor has been named.
  11. loose threads
    Gaultier’s New Diet Coke; Lila Moss’s PlaydatesPlus, Erin Wasson covers S Moda.
  12. beauty marks
    Prabal Gurung Sells Nail Wraps; Elle Fanning Goes RedAnd Chanel debuts nail polish colors.
  13. tastemakers
    Sally Singer on the ‘Comic Mess’ of Street Style“I don’t want to do the kind of portraiture that involves references to Old Hollywood or taking people who are glamorous and making them more glamorous in obvious or iconic ways.” 
  14. loose threads
    Neiman Marcus’s $125,000 Bookcase Sold Well; Sally Singer Gifts Bundt Cake PansPlus, Juicy Couture’s new look book and more.
  15. party lines
    Amar’e Stoudemire, Lazaro Hernandez, Jack McCollough, and More at the Fashion Group International Night of StarsPlus Jessica Biel, Lindsey Wixson, Jonathan Adler, and more.
  16. t watch
    Behold: Sally Singer’s First T IssueThe magazine is less fashion-focused.
  17. beauty marks
    Milla Jovovich Dyed Her Hair Red; Sally Singer Glued 3-D Roses on Her NailsAlso, turns out women would rather have clear skin than chocolate.
  18. loose threads
    Oil-Spill-Inspired Clothes Proliferate; Kardashians to Open Soho StoreAlso, Sally Singer wants to shop the runway now, and Gisele is on the cover of Brazilian ‘Vogue.’
  19. loose threads
    Prince Charles Puts On a Fashion Show; Amber Rose Walks in London Fashion WeekAlso, Brad Goreski explains his wacky pronunciations.
  20. party lines
    Q&A With Sally Singer: ‘The Great Thing About T Is It Doesn’t Compete With Anybody’She explains how she can still be friends with her ex-’Vogue’ staffers, what we can expect from ‘T,’ and more.
  21. t watch
    Sally Singer Poaches Vogue Staffers for TIncluding Danielle Steele and Leslie Moonves’s daughters.
  22. t watch
    Sally Singer Reveals T’s New Fashion Director, and She’s Not From VogueEditor-in-chief replaces Anne Christensen with Michelle Sanders, senior VP of accessories at Donna Karan.
  23. ins and outs
    Meredith Melling Burke to Replace Anne Christensen at T?The editor shakeup at ‘T,’ and possibly ‘Vogue,’ ‘Elle,’ ‘Glamour,’ and ‘Marie Claire,’ continues.
  24. ins and outs
    Sally Singer Is Pulling Someone New to Replace Anne Christensen As T’s Fashion DirectorStaffers are reportedly not happy with how Christensen has been treated.
  25. ins and outs
    Anna Wintour Already Promoted People at Vogue to Fill Sally Singer’s PositionTwo ‘Vogue’ staffers will take over Singer’s duties.
  26. t watch
    Sally Singer Is Leaving Vogue for T! [Updated]What will Anna do?
  27. t watch
    Anne Christensen Reportedly Beat Out Horatio Silva to Head T’Vogue’ editor Sally Singer is said to have turned down the job.
  28. party lines
    Stefano Tonchi on His T Replacement and Settling In at WIt’s a different culture from the ‘Times.’
  29. t watch
    Sally Singer to Leave Vogue for T?Sources say she’s a top contender for Stefano Tonchi’s old job.
  30. party lines
    Sally Singer Wears Target, and Everyone She Knows Buys J.CrewThe ‘Vogue’ girls enjoy frugal fashions, too.
  31. in vogue
    Vogue Goes Green in Its Own Vogue-y WayBut will they keep those low-flow showerheads?
  32. couture is here
    Anna Wintour Nowhere to Be Seen at the Couture ShowsBut practically everyone else who works at ‘Vogue’ is there.
  33. loose threads
    Cassie Sees a Barber Every Three Days; Valentino Won’t Leave His YachtAlso, check out the inside of ‘Vogue’ editor Sally Singer’s New York home.
  34. fashion tragedies
    Retailers, Editors Cut Back on the Couture ShowsMany retailers are skipping the couture shows next month to save money.
  35. awards
    Alexander Wang Wins CFDA/‘Vogue’ Fashion FundThat means he gets $200,000 to grow his business and a year’s worth of mentoring.
  36. in vogue
    Why Anna Wintour Isn’t Going AnywhereFor the last decade we’ve heard rumors of Anna Wintour’s imminent demise, and yet, she’s still running the show. Here’s a rundown of recent would-be usurpers to her throne.
  37. Why Are Shorts Suddenly Okay This Summer?The New York ‘Observer’ attempts to tackle this question, but it turns out that we should really be concerned about something far more perplexing.
  38. party lines
    Party Preview: The Week’s Best BashesForget about the clothes, it’s the parties! There are too many to fêtes to mention all of them, but here are five you don’t want to miss. Don’t have an invite? New York’s Jada Yuan and the Fug Girls will be there to report back on the glamour and the gaffes. Check our continuing party coverage throughout the week for all the photos and gossip. What: Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week kickoff Where: The Box, 189 Chrystie St., nr. Stanton St. When: February 1, 9 p.m. Who: Mena Suvari, Nick Cannon, Michael C. Hall, and L.A. band Shiny Toy Guns. Why to go: Patrick Bateman may not be there, but Jessica Stam can still cozy up to Dexter. What: Vionnet launch Where: Barneys New York, 660 Madison Ave., at 61st St. When: February 2, 6 p.m.–8 p.m. Who: Everyone. Victoria Bartlett, Gilles Bensimon, Valerie Steele, Phillip Lim, Olivia Chantecaille, Meredith Melling Burke, Padma Lakshmi, Sally Singer, and, of course, Sophia Kokosalaki. Why to go: To get a first glimpse of the resurrected French label. What: Rock & Republic after-party Where: Hiro Ballroom, the Maritime Hotel, 371 W. 16th St., at Ninth Ave. When: February 2, 10 p.m. Who: Mark Ronson, designer Mark Ball, and a gaggle of catwalkers. Lady Sovereign will perform at midnight. Why to go: Promises to be the best concert of the week. What: Marc Jacobs after-party Where: The MJ bash is the most sought-after invite. Details are on the deep DL. When: February 5 Who: The Olsens, the Roitfelds, Jessica Stam and every model worth looking at. Why to go: If you have to ask, that’s why you’re not there. What:Heatherette after-party Where: Roseland Ballroom, 239 W. 52nd St., nr. Broadway When: February 6, 10:30 p.m. Who: Lydia Hearst, Tinsley Mortimer, Amanda Lepore, and Paris Hilton. Why to go: Best place to fly your freak flag.